Julian Gold Rush Hotel

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The hotel was previously a restaurant in the 1880’s, until it was refurbished and commenced operations as a hotel in 1897. Evidently, its original owners are reluctant to leave, as Albert, with a pipe in his mouth, has been seen in mirrors. In the upstairs rooms, lace doilies and furniture is often found to be rearranged.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
2032 Main St
Julian, CA 92036
United States

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GPS:
33.0778896, -116.60118940000001
County:
San Diego County, California
Nearest Towns:
Julian, CA (0.1 mi.)
San Diego Country Estates, CA (11.7 mi.)
Descanso, CA (15.6 mi.)
Ramona, CA (15.7 mi.)
Mount Laguna, CA (17.7 mi.)
Borrego Springs, CA (18.0 mi.)
Pine Valley, CA (18.2 mi.)
Alpine, CA (19.3 mi.)
San Pasqual, CA (20.4 mi.)
Harbison Canyon, CA (22.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.julianhotel.com/

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